Recently, Motorola’s parent company Lenovo rebrands its subsidiary’s smartphones as its own brand for certain markets. The latest model of this kind will be the new Lenovo K12 Pro, as a new Moto G9 Power that became official earlier this month.
The reason behind that comes from the FCC which recently certified Lenovo phones bearing the model number XT-2091-8. The actual name of the smartphone is yet to be confirmed, but news from 91mobiles reveals that it could launch as the Lenovo K12 Pro and will likely be a rebranded version of the Moto G9 Power which as we know has the model number XT-2091-3.
The FCC documents reveal some information regarding the specifications that K12 Pro will offer. Based on the list, the new smartphone from Lenovo will support NFC and 5GHz Wi-Fi similar to that of the Moto G9 Power.
The listing further adds that the Lenovo K12 Pro will have 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The FCC certification has also shared some images of the device that are once identical to what we saw on the Moto G9 Power. We can see that the device has a triple-camera setup on the back which is packed in a square camera module complete with an LED flash inside and the fingerprint sensor is centered for device security.
Apart from the FCC, it turns out that the Lenovo K12 Pro smartphone has appeared on TENAA with several pictures revealing a full-screen design with a punch hole in the top left corner to house a selfie camera and triple rear cameras in a square camera module.
It is also similar to the Moto G9 Power, except for the Motorola logo which is now replaced by Lenovo. But this further strengthens the suspicion that the Lenovo K12 Pro will be launched as a rebranded version of the Moto G9 Power.
Talking about the launch schedule, unfortunately, we don’t know it yet. However, the appearance on two FCC and TENAA certifications hints that the Lenovo K12 Pro is one step closer to launch.
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